The Senior Ladies’ Home International Matches take place this week in Huddersfield Golf Club in England. Ireland has sent an extremely strong line-up and a replica of the Irish Ladies’ Seniors Team who won the Home International matches last year in Maesdu Golf Club, North Wales. The Irish Team claimed victory last year on a countback after a draw with England on the final day. The Irish Team will be looking to retain their Home International title in Huddersfield Golf Club this week.

All members of the team who represented Ireland at the 2014 European Senior Ladies Team Championships in Austria will play for Ireland again this week. Laura Webb (Cairndhu) will lead the team after being crowned 2014 Irish Senior Women’s Close Champion.

All updates from the Tournament can be seen by following the Irish Ladies Golf Union on Facebook and Twitter. Live scoring will also be available via the Ladies Golf Union webpage.

Tuesday 30 September

England v Ireland and Scotland v Wales
08:30: Foursomes
13:10: Singles

Wednesday 1 October

Wales v Ireland and Scotland v England
08:30: Foursomes
13:10: Singles

Thursday 2 October

Ireland v Scotland and England v Wales
08:30: Foursomes
13:10: Singles

Huddersfield Golf Course
The Golf Course is 6,500 yards long and has been recognised in the Golf Monthly Top 200. The Club is used to hosting high level amateur competitions as they held the 2013 Yorkshire Amateur Championship.

IRISH TEAM

Suzanne Corcoran (Portumna)
Pat Doran (Donabate)
Helen Jones (Royal Portrush)
Sheena McElroy (Grange)
Gertie McMullen (The Island)
Laura Webb (Cairndhu)
Carol Wickham (Laytown & Bettystown)
Captain: Mary Madden (Ballinasloe)
President/Manager: Mary McKenna MBE (Donabate)

Source: ILGU

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